Bleach is often used as a cleanser for bathroom tile and grout, as it does kill bacteria, mould, and mildew; however, you may notice that bleach doesn't make grout look bright and white again, and bathroom tile may also still look dingy and dirty after using bleach. This is because bleach strips fabrics of colour dyes, leaving the material white, but grout and bathroom tiles don't have colour dyes that can be pulled up in the same way, so bleach won't whiten and brighten those surfaces.
When you clean the carpets, it is important to remove any visual staining that might have occurred, but, for a thorough clean, getting rid of odours is just as crucial. In the home, pets and food spillages can cause carpets to become smelly. A typical carpet services company will offer two options: wet and dry cleaning. Which is best for you? Wet Deodorising and Cleansing Wet cleaning is also referred to as hot water extraction or steam cleaning.
It is usually advisable to avoid occupying a newly constructed building until that building has undergone thorough post-construction cleaning. This article discusses the three important phases of that cleaning process that should be done before you move into that new building. Rough Cleaning This first phase of cleaning involves getting rid of all the construction debris, such as paint overspray, dust and other leftover materials. All surfaces, such as floors and cabinets are normally wet-mopped, vacuumed and dusted in order to make them clean enough for the occupants of the building.
When you are a small business owner, you have one hundred things to juggle all at once. You need to make sure that your employees are happy, you have to keep a keen eye on what your competitors are doing, and, of course, you need to make sure you are hitting your financial targets. But when you are focused on so many different aspects of your business, it can be all too easy to let the seemingly small things slip — things like office cleaning.
The end of the year is coming. Your employees are tired, and the rising temperature outside is a lot more enticing than another day at the office. In 2012, the Sydney Morning Herald reported that approximately one in 40 Australian workers call in sick each day. The lost productivity your business experiences from absent employees adds up over the course of a year. Here are three ways you can encourage your employees to say no to days off these coming summer workdays, and be at their workstations instead.